Chapter 6 Surface Models



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Chapter 6
Surface Models
6.1  Step-by-Step: Bellows Joints 6.2  Step-by-Step: Beam Bracket 6.3  More Exercise: Gearbox 6.4  Review

Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6.1 Bellows Joints  2 Section 6. the engineers are concerned about the radial deformation (due to an engineering tolerance consideration) and hoop stress (due to a safety consideration).1 Bellows Joints Problem Description • With the internal pressure. .

28 .1 Bellows Joints  3 R315 R315 28 20 Unit: mm.Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6.

Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6. Top/Bottom of a surface body Shell Elements .1 Bellows Joints  4 Techniques/Concepts • • • Create surface bodies using <Revolve>.

2 Beam Bracket Techniques/Concepts • Create surface bodies using <Mid-Surface> .2 Beam Bracket 5 Section 6.Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6.

3 Gearbox  6 Section 6. .Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6. [2] The base is also made of cast iron. [1] The flanged bearing is made of gray cast iron.3 Gearbox Problem Description [3] The housing is made of stainless sheet steel of 3 mm thickness.

(R 70) 355 R30 R50 15 170 R20 R40 520 540 180 240 .3 Gearbox  7 170 200 70 100 (R170) 30 Unit: mm.Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6.

Chapter 6 Surface Models Section 6.3 Gearbox  8 Techniques/Concepts • • • Create surface bodies by <Thin/Surface> Loads>Bearing Loads Set up <Bonded> connections. .

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